One more year in the Arts & Sciences Dean’s Office

Professor Castle will be spending one more year (through July 2020) as Associate Dean of Faculty for the Natural Sciences and Mathematics while finishing up current research projects.  She will begin recruiting new research students for new projects in the spring of 2020.

2018 Honors

Congratulations to Lauren Eckermann and Rileigh Casebolt on successfully defending their honors theses this spring!

New paper in ACS Earth and Space Chemistry

Lauren Eckermann, Conor Flynn, and I recently published a paper on self-quenching of the symmetric stretching mode of carbon dioxide in the new ACS Journal, Earth and Space Chemistry. This work was the basis of Conor’s MS thesis as well as Lauren’s honors thesis.

Professor Castle takes on Associate Dean position

In the fall of 2016, Professor Castle began a 3-year term as Associate Dean of Faculty for the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, College of Arts & Sciences. She will continue to work on research projects with undergraduates during this term.

New Group Members!

The Castle group is up to 8 students this summer: Liam Kollar, Will Frost, Raj Alaparthi, Conor Flynn, Lauren Eckermann, Kaitlyn Whipple, Ellie Siegfried, and Kat Klein!


Promotion and Professorship

Professor Castle has been promoted and named the Russell-Childers Professor of Chemistry! What a great way to start her 2016-17 academic year sabbatical!

Ozone Column

Ever wonder what ozone looks like when it’s adsorbed on silica gel at -40 oC? Purple!